BMW E39 M5 MAF Sensors: Bimmerzone.com
Retail Price: $345.00
Left and right side air intake housing (air filter boxes with housing / hoses all the way to plenum)
Left and right air intake housing that sits behind front bumper.
Secondary air pump in full working order. As far as I know this is the original pump and has 100k miles worth of use.
MK3 Sat nav.
2 front and 2 rear OEM alloys. Require a refurb, stacked deep in my garage.
OEM tyre inflation kit (normally found in the boot well)
8x 315cc Bosch injectors.
Speedhut boost gauge with ///M logo. All wiring is new, gauge is used but is flawless.
2x throttle body gasket
4x CPS (one of these on the left bank is faulty, others are fine. Could be be useful for testing purposes)
2 x TPS (no fault codes)
OEM amp (non dsp)
Secondary window washer tank & pump (pump is new, replaced around 10k miles ago)
Sensible offers considered please email kamlesh dot email@example.com, parts available in Docklands, London, UK. I can ship abroad.
Source: BMW M5 Forum and M6 Forums
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